A police helicopter had to advise paddle boarders to “calmly” exit the water when they spotted approximately 15 great whites swimming beside the boarders. See the video…
“Surfers and swimmers were advised to steer clear of various Southern California beaches Wednesday after numerous sharks were spotted in coastal waters from Long Beach to northern San Diego County.
Video footage captured by Orange County sheriff’s officials Wednesday afternoon shows about 15 sharks swimming in shallow waters not far off the shore of San Onofre State Beach. Deputies said warnings were issued to surfers and swimmers along the coastline from Capistrano Beach in Orange County to San Onofre.
The warning would stand for two days after one of the sharks displayed aggressive behavior at the surfing site known as Church, according to the Marine Corps Community Services at Camp Pendleton.”
Wow! That is really scary! Experts think that the warmer than usual waters are bringing the juvenile sharks in closer to shore.